How Many Syllables are in Lend | Divide Lend into Syllables

How many syllables are in lend? 1 syllable

Divide lend into syllables: lend

How to pronounce lend:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Lend

lended (2 syllables), lending (2 syllables), lends (1 syllables), add (1 Syllables), bestow (2 Syllables), bring (1 Syllables), contribute (3 Syllables), impart (2 Syllables), loan (1 Syllables) add (1 syllables), befriend (2 syllables), bestow (2 syllables), bring (1 syllables), contribute (3 syllables), eavesdrop (2 syllables), facilitate (4 syllables), hark (1 syllables), hearken (2 syllables), impart (2 syllables), listen (2 syllables), loan (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Lend

bend, blend, end, ende, fend, friend, lend, mend, mende, pend, penned, rend, rende, send, spend, tend, trend, wend, wende

Three syllable words that rhyme with Lend

apprehend, comprehend, condescend, recommend, reoffend

Four syllable words that rhyme with Lend

overextend

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